pantomine

See: imitate, mock
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So saying, he pointed to the little goat, who, on seeing Charmolue gesticulating, had, in point of fact, thought it appropriate to do the same, and had seated himself on his haunches, reproducing to the best of his ability, with his forepaws and his bearded head the pathetic pantomine of the king's procurator in the ecclesiastical court.
The sight of pantomine villain Raheem Sterling - booed mericlessly as usual - seems to light up Liverpool full-backs.
THEATR CLWYD'S ROCK AND ROLL PANTO SLEEPING BEAUTY *** NO one could possibly sleep for 10 seconds let alone 100 years during Theatr Clwyd's version of the traditional pantomine Sleeping Beauty.
uk Pantodrome, Times Square A giant pantomine adventure has sprouted up in Times Square.
Theatr Clwyd NO one could possibly sleep for 10 seconds let alone 100 years during Theatr Clwyd's version of the traditional pantomine Sleeping Beauty.
The pair struck up a romance earlier this year after meeting at dad Shane Richie's pantomine.
Jane Goldman's script, adapted from Peter Ackroyd's novel Dan Leno and The Limehouse Golem, uses cinematic trickery to keep us guessing about the murderer's identity until a deliciously satisfying reveal when someone's pantomine mask slips.
and a pantomine reference to finish off with: in the corner, ALL NICE
BOYZONE star Shane Lynch is planning to take up bowls when he's not appearing in pantomine.
I WOULD like to thank the Hinderwell Players for their excellent annual pantomine, performed in the village Hall Hinderwell, on February 19 and 20, squeezing in a matinee on the Saturday afternoon for the kids.